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Submitted by Hashmi Ali Khan ibn Faiaz Hashmi ALI Khan (New Zealand), Apr 30, 2008 at 22:00

Dear Mr Chandler,

That's fine with me, if u don't want to accept islaam that is up to you and i am not forcing you to become a muslim. Every individual can make their own decisions. i have completed one of my responsibilities what a muslim should do and the responsibiliy is to try and save your brothers and sisters {meaning mankind} from the hellfire.

but i am warning you that the day of judgement is coming very near and you will not be a very happy soul when this day arises. You will probably think on the day of judgement when you see hell is destined for you, i should have accepted islam and you will cry to almighty allah the creator of the heavens and the earth and you will say please give me another chance but allah will say no you have rejected my signs while you were alive you have commited many sins you never prayed never thanked me for the bounties i gave you, therefore enter the hellfire


So the decision is yours. May allah give you hedayat {guidances} ameen.

From a 15 yr old boy in new zealand


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